Kitten & Cat Rescue
As an organization we are dedicated to helping the neediest and most at-risk felines, which goes without saying, are kittens. Unfortunately, every day, new litters are born on the streets in Chiang Mai. Many of these kittens are not born into a healthy or safe environment and suffer at an early age from illness, injury, and homelessness. These kittens desperately need our help.
Adopt Meow provides rescue services to kittens who fall under one or more of the following categories:
- Abandoned or orphaned
- Noticeably ill
- Suffering from abuse
- Living in dangerous environment
Each year Adopt Meow rescues over 100 suffering kittens! You may wonder what happens to those kittens after they are rescued by our team.
Our typical process is to first bring them to vet for a check-up, administer treatments such as deflea, deworm and other needed medications, and then vaccinate if they are of appropriate age.
After we have ensured they have received the veterinary care they need, we place them in a foster home. Once they are completely socialized, healthy, and ready for their own home, we advertise them for adoption! The purpose of this process it to rehabilitate these deserving animals and give them a chance at a new and healthy life.
What to do if you find a cat
If you see a kitten or litter of kittens that are need of rescuing, please contact us and we will do our best to help!
Please keep in mind that not all kittens need rescuing – please take a moment to read our article “What to do if I find a kitten” to educate yourself before deciding to intervene with stray kittens.
Our rescue program relies solely on donations from our community, and the help of cat lovers across Chiang Mai.
We use your donations to pay for things like medical supplies, vets bills, cat food and other supplies to help care for the cats and kittens that are rescued.
We also cover our own expenses and rely on volunteers for transporting cats between various locations and the vets clinic to be neutered.
Without your help, we wouldn’t have been able to rescue hundreds of cats in need across Chaing Mai.